Marie Atout book: President’s brother takes legal action to block say-all book from Donald Trump’s niece


The filing, a copy of which was obtained by CNN, listed Robert S. Atout as the plaintiff. Marie la Trompette and the publisher of her forthcoming book, Simon & Schuster, were cited as defendants.

Robert Trump, who is represented by the President and the prosecutor, Charles Harder, argued in the filing that Marie Trump was breaching a confidentiality contract by publishing the book.

The filing said that after Fred Trump’s death, litigation began over the issue of his will. As part of a settlement, the classification says, a confidentiality provision has been agreed to by all parties, including Marie Trump.

Ted Boutrous, the lawyer representing Marie Trump, who has also represented CNN on the First Amendment in the past, said in a statement that the move to “delete a book that will discuss issues of utmost importance to the public. “”They are chasing this illegal before detention because they do not want the American people to know the truth,” Boutrous said. “The courts will not tolerate this brazen effort to silence speech, in violation of the First Amendment. ”

Simon & Schuster describes Marie Trump as booking online as a “revealing benchmark, portrait of Donald J. Trump and the toxic family that made him.” ”

The book, the publisher says, will shine “a bright light on the obscurity of their family history, in order to explain how his uncle became the man who today threatens the world of health, the economic and social security. ”

Adam Rothberg, a spokesperson for Simon & Schuster, said in a statement, “Let the plaintiff and his lawyer know, the courts will take a little prior restriction in order to try to block the publication from meeting the same fate as those who preceded them. ”

“Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World, the Most Dangerous Man, Marie Trump has written a fascinating personal story of global significance, and we look forward to helping him tell his story, ”Rothberg added.

Trump’s administration recently took legal action in an attempt to block the say-it-all book from John Bolton, the former national security adviser.

But a federal judge denied the Justice Minister’s move, writing in his ruling that the Bolton book had already been widely distributed and that the court would have “no national order to seize and destroy a political memory . ”

More difficult, attorney representing Robert Trump, has a history of filing lawsuits against news organizations on behalf of President Trump. The lawsuits were dismissed by legal experts, public relations stunts, with little chance of success in court.


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